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In 1995 a group of important artists and bookmakers associated with Wellington’s Inverlochy Art School created a limited boxed edition of original prints. This exclusive project was created as a special gift to institutions and sponsors in appreciation of their support to Inverlochy Art School.

Twenty years later in 2015 we invited them back to Inverlochy, to show their new and retrospective work alongside the original boxed edition, in an exhibition entitled 'Twenty Summers'. Incredibly after twenty years ALL of the artists were located, and enthusiastically agreed to participate. Some are sending work from as far away as Australia and the UK, and Cameron Drawbridge has very kindly agreed to provide prints by his father, the late John Drawbridge MBE. John was such an important part of the Print Studio, and a great teacher and mentor to many New Zealand printmakers. The focus of the exhibition... Read more

Follow this link to fascinating talk by Philip Ball. It played on National Radio and this links to the National Radio site. At nearly 49 minutes long it is well worth a listen. Thanks Radio NZ for airing your many arts programmes. Read more

Rosemary Mortimer wins at 34th Mini Print International of Cadaqués 2014
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Rosemary Mortimer wins at 34th Mini Print International of Cadaqués 2014

Tutor Rosemary Mortimer wins at the  34th Mini Print International of Cadaqués 2014. Rosemary will be teaching our Thursday Morning Printmaking class in Term 1. Have a look at Rosemary's class; have a look at Cadaqués website here. Select "Access to content" and her work is on page 13 of the online catalogue.


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Parkin Prize - Have a look at the drawings at the Academy of Fine Arts

 The Parkin Drawing Prize

27 July – 25 August 2013

New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts

Open 7 days, 10am to 5pm

1 Queens Wharf

Wellington

 

From the 800 entries received for the inaugural Parkin Drawing Prize, 125 have been selected by Roger Boyce, Simon Morris, Seraphine Pick and Mercendes Vicente for exhibition.

The winner, Monique Jansen 'Folded Moire Drawing', pencil, paper was announced on opening night by judge Heather Galbraith and will receive the grand prize of $20,000.

Subjects range from traditional (and not so traditional) figure drawing to pure abstraction and beyond.  The inaugural award also revealed that drawing is much more than charcoal or pen and ink on paper with artists also submitting Neon lighting tubes, embroidery, felt pens, ceramics, latex, plaster, receipt tickets, wallpaper, biro, and recycled furniture.

The award exhibition encompasses large expansive works on paper in pen and ink, intimate collage and colour-field works, performance, traditional landscapes, maps, interactive works of art and graphic design. 



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